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Re: Webservice Load Testing

Stuart Kenworthy
By file do you mean shell script or executablr in Windows scheduler? What exactly do you want to get out if jmeter?

Your problem is you cannot have jmeter monitor a service, only run it as a standalone without scheduler.

If it's a shell script, edit the .bat file to output some logging to a file, no need for jmeter.

If it's an exe your easiest bet is not run it in scheduler but have jmeter run it every minute in an os process sampler.

On 17 Aug 2017 08:26, praveen tiwari <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

Its not a client server activity.
It's just a windows file kept on server and keeps executing every minute.


On 17-Aug-2017 11:57 AM, "praveen tiwari" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> I have a requirement in my organisation where I need to load test a
> windows service.
> We have a file and it keeps running every minute.
> Any idea how it can be achieved using Jmeter?
> Let me know if I am not clear and more clarification required.
>


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Re: Webservice Load Testing

praveen tiwari
Hi Stuart,

It's an exe file.
As you mentioned I have configured it via OS process sampler and running it
every minute for 1 hour duration and also monitoring server resources using
perfmon.
Hope I will get expected result from this.

On 17-Aug-2017 2:01 PM, "Stuart Kenworthy" <[hidden email]>
wrote:

By file do you mean shell script or executablr in Windows scheduler? What
exactly do you want to get out if jmeter?

Your problem is you cannot have jmeter monitor a service, only run it as a
standalone without scheduler.

If it's a shell script, edit the .bat file to output some logging to a
file, no need for jmeter.

If it's an exe your easiest bet is not run it in scheduler but have jmeter
run it every minute in an os process sampler.

On 17 Aug 2017 08:26, praveen tiwari <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

Its not a client server activity.
It's just a windows file kept on server and keeps executing every minute.


On 17-Aug-2017 11:57 AM, "praveen tiwari" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> I have a requirement in my organisation where I need to load test a
> windows service.
> We have a file and it keeps running every minute.
> Any idea how it can be achieved using Jmeter?
> Let me know if I am not clear and more clarification required.
>


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